200 Queens Quay Condos
200 Queens Quay Condos is a new preconstruction condos development by one of the famous developers, Lifetime Developments and Diamondcorp. It proposed a total of 1372 residential units with 71 storeys high.
200 Queens Quay Condos Highlight:
- George Brown College Waterfront Campus located doorstep
- 2 mins walk from the Streetcar stop
- Easy access to Gardiner Expressway & DVP
- Short walking distance from Union station
- Many transportation options via Union station (GO Train, UP Express)
- Short commute time from Ryerson, OCAD, U of T
- Overlooking the lake
- Close to Downtown core, CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, Distillery District and more!
- Nearby parks include Rees Street Parkette, HTO Park and Simcoe Park
Top Reasons to Invest in 200 Queens Quay
A number of Toronto’s most exciting and unique neighbourhoods are just a short walk away as well. Take a trip up to Corktown and the Distillery District, both homes to countless restaurants, cafes and breweries. A highly pedestrian-friendly neighbourhood, the Distillery District is famous for little vintage boutiques, stunning industrial architecture, art galleries and installations, music festivals, and the Sunday Market, every week at noon.
200 Queens Quay Condos is located very close to the Gardiner Expressway, which takes residents straight downtown, and further west. Easily travel through the downtown core to the rest of the “Golden Horseshoe” region of Southern Ontario, through Etobicoke, Oakville and Hamilton, or take the Don Valley Parkway north up through Scarborough and into the norther GTA.
The neighbourhood itself is highly walkable, with a score of 90 out of 100. If you’re looking to connect to the TTC, there are a number of options. The Queen’s Quay Street car has a stop just around the corner, and makes the trip to Union station less than 10 minutes. From there, the entire GTA is at your fingertips! Take the TTC Subway Line 1 or Line 2 to all the distant corners of the city.
Getting out of the city itself is simple too, thanks to the many various GO transit stops and connections through the Union Station hub.
Residents looking to spend a leisurely day with nature can take the ferry from Harbour Square Park, just a few minutes away, and travel to the Toronto Islands. Take in a beautiful view back on the city skyline, enjoy one of the island’s charming bike or walking paths, and much more! Further, connection to the Billy Bishop Airport on Centre Island is just as simple – take the tunnel or the ferry and fly internationally by taking a cab or streetcar just 10 minutes down the street!
Condo development boomed throughout the 2000s and 2010s in the entertainment district just minutes to the west. Now that that development has become more dense, the surrounding neighbourhoods are next. We’re beginning to see new development priorities – community sustainability, and style, design and amenties proliferate throughout the downtown core.
Average selling price of pre-construction condos in Toronto is at a healthy high $400K range, meaning that despite all the existing developments, the hunger for new properties is alive and well and now is still an excellent time to invest in the projects throughout Downtown. Just taking a step into one of the downtown’s many condos, and taking in the majestic views of the city’s awesome skyline, or in this case, Lake Ontario, is enough to make you never want to leave.
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